Ronald Koeman described Barcelona’s failure to beat Cadiz as more disappointing than their Champions League humiliation at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain.
Barca followed up their 4-1 home defeat to PSG in the last 16 first-leg clash on Tuesday with a 1-1 draw in LaLiga against relegation-threatened Cadiz.
Lionel Messi marked his record 506th LaLiga game for the club with a 32nd-minute penalty, but Alex Fernandez levelled from the spot late on after Clement Lenglet was adjudged to have fouled Ruben Sobrino.
The draw meant Barca missed the chance to pull within six points of league leaders Atletico Madrid, who were beaten at home by Levante on Saturday.
“It is disappointing,” Koeman said. “These types of games have to be won and we did not.
“It was a great opportunity lost after the loss of Atletico. I am very disappointed, more so than on Tuesday.
“We could not afford to let two points get away. I don’t like to blame individual players but we were not up to the task offensively and we have to defend differently. For our quality, we had to win.